I received this review of my DeBois crime murder mystery series from one of my fans in Des Moines, Iowa.
I promised to write a review about the books I just read.
I just finished reading the five books of the DuBois series
By author Sue Raymond:
It’s a series that involves murder, crime, espionage, love,
Religion, family and mystery. You start with book one and it’s so good you can’t put it down and leaves you wanting more.
It’s also about different areas like, New York and Iowa and the sites around Iowa. I recommend these books to anyone who loves to read.
Oh my gosh!! I can’t help myself! I MUST do a cover reveal of the Charlie Kadabra, Last of the Magicians, series book three. It’s called Invasion of the Soul-Eater in Mim. It’s coming out this month. Only a few more days until the pre-order begins! I will keep you posted.
My granddaughter just brought home the booklet of things they want you to buy the seniors for high school graduation. Now this does not include the cape and gown nor senior pictures. Would you believe it? They are charging over a dollar per piece for the tissue paper that goes in the announcements. Hmmm. Well I guess we are going to be creative with the announcements along with the other items. I and a friend are fair photographers so we took over 200 pictures for her senior pictures. So out of pocket cost this week $60.00 for cape and gown and maybe a pair of sweat pants. Maybe need to go on a trip to a jewelry store to put a class ring on layaway in the near future because what they offer is ugly.
I feel sorry for the families that do not have even the $60.00 for the cap and gown as they no longer rent the gowns. $60.00 for you child to walk across the platform to receive their diploma is outrageous. Thank the Lord there is some places that exchange for so many hours of community service, the senior can earn their senior pictures. It’s too bad that the well off families do not have to do community service for the same items. Do not get me wrong, I know that there are some well off families that indeed volunteer in their community. But we ALL could do more.